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    Can someone tell what bike is this?



    please can you help me indentify this bike?its really important to me!

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    what country do you live in? looks european to me
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    I live in Croatia.Its near to Italy
    i really need to know what bike is this !please!

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    You MUST be kidding! Other than the obvious fact that it's a "girl's" or single tube mixte type frame there's nothing at all to provide a clue.

    OK, there's ONE clue. The nature of the white trim on the seat stay and upper part of the seat tube. Still, it could be almost anything.

    Or were you just after what the name is for that style of frame?



    Also you should not post the same question twice in the same forum. It's often against forum rules and it just causes confusion. You should delete your other thread.
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    Sorry for the double posting,but can you please which size are the tires for this bike?

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    Again it's all but impossible to tell for sure. But it looks like it has a road bike size tire. But from what I found in Europe the 27 inch size is still quite popular for regular commuter bikes in some countries. The other popular road bike size is 700c. If this is your bike you can find out what size your tire is by looking at the sidewall of the tire. It will say something like "27 x <width>" or "700 x <width>" The first means that it is a 27 inch tire that is the width given by the second number. And of course the 700 means that it is the very slightly smaller 700c metric size tire that is the width given by the second number.

    It may be some other size. But again the size is given by the information on the side of the tire in every case. If in doubt take your old tire to the bicycle shop with you.
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    Looks like a Dikfer.

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    That's the 2011 Trek Madone 8.8. Heard that it will come with Di2. However this test mule seems to indicate otherwise.
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